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I have an issue with joomla 3.2, need to know where positions are css'ed

Posted on 2014-04-08
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I need to change where beez3 positions are siteuated on site.
I looked in templateDetails.xml to see positions names, then I looked for them inside all css files couldn't find them.

for example:
<position>position-0</position>
how does template decide where it is positions?
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It seems nobody is commenting on my question, I am further investigating the matter and l pretty sure I will come with a solution eventually, so when I do I will be sure to post it here.
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Ok so basically what I did after adding the position to templateDetails.xml like this:
<position>position-slide</position>

I added this line of code to template's index.php:
<jdoc:include type="modules" name="position-slide" />
just under this code:
<header id="header">
I then installed a slideshow "showplus" module and assigned position-slide to it.
I deleted a few lines responsible for adding site's logo to perfect more the outcome.
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